Natural Attractions

Bungonia Gorge
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One of the state's oldest recreation reserves (1872), Bungonia SCA is over 60 square kilometres of rugged bushland from the Southern Tablelands along the escarpment to the Shoalhaven River. The Reserve is operated by the NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service.

Lookdowns and lookouts over the Gorge; camping; picnic areas; bushwalking trails; adventure caving; rockclimbing; canyoning; abseiling; information centre; disabled access to lookouts; coach parking.

Open 7 days all year round (except closed for maintenance for a week in May, and August).

Entrance $7 per vehicle (other rates for school/scout groups, bus/taxi/hire car groups. Camping starts at $5 night per person - $3 children.)

For up to date details on conditions at Bungonia see our webpage or the NPWS website: www.environment.nsw.gov.au or phone (02) 4844 4341 for recorded information.

Lookdown Road, Bungonia NSW 2580.
Phone: (02) 4844 4277 - Fax: (02) 4844 4331 - email:

Crookwell Wind Farm
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As you climb the rise just south of Crookwell 8 majestic wind turbines appear on the horizon.

One of the few windfarms in Australia, and the first to be connected to the main power grid, the windfarm produces 5 megawatts of environmentally friendly electricity.

Stop at the viewing area to investigate this interesting combination of nature and technology.

Crookwell Road, Crookwell


Over 80,000 hectares of unspoilt and spectacular wilderness, Deua is a bushwalkers paradise.

There are camping areas at: Deua River and Bakers Flat, south of Araluen; and Berlang Rest Area, southwest of Braidwood.

Apart from access to these areas via Krawarree and Araluen Roads, access to the rest of the park is restricted to four wheel drives only, and many of the attractions - such as 'The Big Hole', Marble Arch, Bendethera and Wyanbene Caves, Big Badja and Table Top Mountains are accessible only by walking.

For more information contact the Braidwood Visitors Centre or NPWS.

National Parks & Wildlife Service
PO Box 282 Narooma NSW 2546
Phone (02) 4476 2798


83kms north of Crookwell via Bigga, the 600 hectare State Park is on the shores of Lake Wyangala.

One of the most popular holiday spots, Grabine has water skiing, picknicking, boating, fishing, sailing and swimming.

Cabins, camping, caravan park, BBQ areas, boat launching ramps, kiosk available.

Open seven days

Grabine Lakeside State Park
PO Box 20 Bigga NSW 2583

Phone (02) 4835 2345; Fax (02) 4835 2376

Wee Jasper Reserve
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Stunning reserves set on the banks of the Goodradigbee River and Micalong Creek in the unique Wee Jasper Valley. 

Mountainous terrain gives way to a beautiful rolling valley with rugged limestone outcrops. 

Camping and recreation areas, playground, picnic spots, fishing in season, barbecues. Pets welcome. Close to Carey's Cave. Regular events throughout the year.

For more information contact Wee Jasper Reserves Trust - Phone (02) 6227 9626. Bookings not required.   Wee Jasper Valley


About 80kms north of Goulburn through Taralga, Wombeyan Caves is an extensive series of beautiful limestone caves open for public inspection: guided tours and self-guided tours available.

Open: 8.30am to 4.00pm seven days

For cave tour bookings phone (02) 4843 5976; fax (02) 4843 5988

Last updated 23/12/09